It was wet, wild and windy as the World Fly Fishing Championship kicked off in the Central Highlands on Monday.
The first session on day one took place at Little Pine Lagoon and Penstock Lagoon.
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"There was hail, there was rain, there was snow, there was sunshine," Australian team member Tom Jarman said.
"It was a bit all over the place."
FlyLife Magazine's Leighton Adem said day one had been "an amazing day of competition".
"The weather's been absolutely incredible," he said. "We've had snow up in the highlands and we've had a sunny, windy day down on the rivers."
The World Fly Fishing Championship takes place across five different venues and concludes on Friday. It features 150 competitors from 23 different countries
After session two on Tuesday, Australia's Jonothan Stagg sits atop the standings with 22,680 points, followed by Czech Republic's Pavel Chyba with 13,580.